>Here is my slight dilemma: I am building a site for a pastor friend
>of mine, and the xhtml is valid xhtml1.1 and the css is valid css2.
>The site displays perfectly in opera7 and ie6 (using winxp), but
>netscape7 and mozilla1.2b both bungle the positioning of the footer
>and have problems with some borders.
As far as I can tell, Netscape does not think that the footer clears
the left div, and so flows the footer to the right of it. If you
increase the text a few sizes, you will see that it eventually lines
up, and that the borders close as you expected. Unfortunately, that
same text size will cause the quote, in particular, to disappear
behind the content which follows.
You don't want to even look at this site in IE5/Mac, which flings
top, let, right, and footer out to the side with a massive horizontal
scroll, regardless of text size.
One unrelated notes: I would use more than color to distinguish the
links when hovered. I'm mildly colorblind, and can barely tell when
the links are hovered except by looking at the cursor. Either use a
higher contrast, so color-blind users can still see a difference, or
use a text-decoration effect to make some other noticeable change.
Perhaps that's just because you haven't finished, though.